Voss and Bogarin-Miranda

Le’erin Olyssa Voss and Ernesto Alonso Bogarin-Miranda were married Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Delafield, Wisconsin.

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Le’erin Olyssa Voss and Ernesto Alonso Bogarin-Miranda were married at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Delafield, Wisconsin. Pastor Lindsay Jordan officiated. A reception was held afterward at the Oconomowoc Community Center on Lac La Belle.

The bride is the oldest daughter of James Voss and Bambi Butzlaff Voss of Nashotah, Wisconsin. She is employed by Children’s Health Alliance, an affiliate Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, as a quality improvement project manager for oral health.

She received her master’s degree in public health from the Medical College of Wisconsin and her Bachelor of Science degree in microbiology and bioinformatics from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

The bridegroom is the oldest son of Ernesto and Evelia Bogarin of St. Helena. He is currently in a program at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He earned his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine and Public Health and received his Bachelor of Science degree in microbiology from the University of California Berkeley.

Both the groom and bride were escorted by their parents down the aisle.

Chantal Voss, from Miami, Florida, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a full-length dark wine-colored bridesmaid’s dress. German Bogarin, from Napa, brother of the groom, was best man. Usher-groomsmen were Irvin Bogarin, brother of the groom, from St. Helena, and Dan Angell, friend of the bride, from Detroit, Michigan.

The bride wore a long chiffon gown with beautifully beaded bust. The empire waist dress had sequined spaghetti straps. The bride’s flowers included white and lavender-colored roses, hydrangeas and sugared grapes to go along with the wine-theme of the wedding. The groom wore a black tuxedo.

For her daughter’s wedding Butzlaff Voss wore a full-length black dress with open shoulders. Evelia Bogarin, the bridegroom’s mother, chose a full-length pink dress with jacket. The bride’s grandmother, Betty Voss, wore a deep wine-colored dress with jacket.

The 10-piece band, Rondalla Voces y Guitarras de Milwaukee, performed during the ceremony and immediately following in the Great Hall at Christ the King Church. During the ceremony Janet Moertl, friend of the bride, read the lessons in English while Rachel Braun, cousin of the bride, read them in Spanish. The vows were in both languages as well.

Greeters included nephew German Bogarin from Napa and cousin of the bride, Brandon Franke, from Horicon, Wisconsin. Yuliana Ambriz was Le’erin’s personal attendant and a dear friend from Kenosha, Wisconsin. In addition to Le’erin’s paternal grandmother, her maternal grandfather, Ervin Butzlaff, also from Horicon, was in attendance.

Dr. Ernesto Bogarin and Mrs. Le’erin Bogarin Voss currently reside in Nashotah, Wisconsin.


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